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Things to do in Oregon Coast

 

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Cape Perpetua Scenic Area (Yachats)
Ranked #1 of 191 attractions in Oregon Coast
Category: Scenic Drives; State Parks
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Ranked #2 of 191 attractions in Oregon Coast
Category: State Parks
Owner description: The park has created a "garden for all seasons" and an observation building which offers spectacular views of seascapes and... more » Owner description: The park has created a "garden for all seasons" and an observation building which offers spectacular views of seascapes and migrating whales. « less
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Haystack Rock (Cannon Beach)
Ranked #3 of 191 attractions in Oregon Coast
Category: Geologic Formations; Beaches

If you've ever seen a picture of Cannon Beach, it has probably included Haystack Rock, one of the most photographed landmarks on the Oregon coast. Towering 235 ft. above the sand... more »

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Ranked #4 of 191 attractions in Oregon Coast
Category: Game/ Entertainment Centers
Owner description: Experience the Oregon Dunes and Family Fun Park at Sandland Adventures. Offering tours of the dunes since 1987, our... more » Owner description: Experience the Oregon Dunes and Family Fun Park at Sandland Adventures. Offering tours of the dunes since 1987, our professional drivers will show you a great time while you travel across an impressive natural wonder of endless shifting sand. You will also experience unique tree islands, various wildlife and the spectacular Siuslaw River.  Choose an exhilarating dune ride on our Sand Rails or a relaxing tour on our Giant Dune Buggies.  Our one hour tours also include traveling down our Pacific Ocean Beach.  Large or small groups can be accommodated on either tour. For those who prefer speed and excitement, try either a half hour 10 mile tour or an hour 20 mile tour. These 7 to 10 passenger Long Travel Sand Rails have over 20” of suspension travel and plenty of horsepower to take you on an exhilarating ride. If you prefer a slower pace, enjoy our interpretive Giant Dune Buggy Tour with many picture opportunities. Informative, scenic and fun describes this one hour dune buggy tour covering approximately 8 miles of dunes and 2 miles of ocean beach. Climbing and descending through the most beautiful, impressive dunes will be an unforgettable experience.After your dune ride, you can bump and splash on our Bumper Boats, race on our Grand Prix style Go-Kart Track, play a round of Miniature Golf or take a ride on the Cloverline Railroad. We are located less than one mile south of Florence on Hwy 101. « less
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Ranked #5 of 191 attractions in Oregon Coast
Category: Wharfs/ Piers/ Boardwalks
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Ecola State Park (Cannon Beach)
Ranked #6 of 191 attractions in Oregon Coast
Category: State Parks

The name Ecola State Park is actually a bit of a misnomer since the area is now included as part of the Lewis & Clark National Historic Park.  Clark designated the native... more »

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Cannon Beach (Cannon Beach)
Ranked #7 of 191 attractions in Oregon Coast
Category: Beaches

Cannon Beach is an upscale coastal gem on the northern Oregon Coast in Clatsop County. Here you will find many fine shops, restaurants, art galleries, and even a local... more »

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Ranked #8 of 191 attractions in Oregon Coast
Category: Specialty Museums; Bodies of Water

The Columbia River Maritime Museum, founded in 1962, offers visitors to Astoria a chance to see one of the finest maritime museums on the West Coast. The 2002 remodeling expansion... more »

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Astoria Column (Astoria)
Ranked #9 of 191 attractions in Oregon Coast
Category: Monuments/ Statues; Nature/ Wildlife Areas

The Astor Column is an Astoria icon, towering 125’ above this historical and scenic town.  To get there, you will wind around roads with gorgeous scenery up Coxcomb Hill to an... more »

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Ranked #10 of 191 attractions in Oregon Coast
Category: Golf Courses

"Golf as it was meant to be."  That's been the motto at Bandon Dunes since it opened with one course in the late 1990's, and that same philosophy is still very much in evidence... more »

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Ranked #11 of 191 attractions in Oregon Coast
Category: State Parks
A year-round state park with spectacular monoliths.
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Ranked #12 of 191 attractions in Oregon Coast
Category: Lighthouses; Parks; Nature/ Wildlife Areas
Soaring more than 93 feet in height, this is the tallest lighthouse on the Oregon coast.
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Ranked #13 of 191 attractions in Oregon Coast
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas; Geologic Formations; State Parks
This scenic coastal spot features a large rock with face-like features.
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Sand Master Park (Florence)
Ranked #14 of 191 attractions in Oregon Coast
Category: Sports Complexes
Owner description: Sand Master Park is the world's first sandboard park. Located in the city of Florence on the beautiful Oregon coast, SMP... more » Owner description: Sand Master Park is the world's first sandboard park. Located in the city of Florence on the beautiful Oregon coast, SMP offers 40 acres of privately owned sculpted sand dunes with a variety of beginner to advanced slopes just minutes from the Pacific ocean. Have your first sandboard lesson, rent sandboards & sleds, take a dune buggy tour, rail slides, jump ramps, helicopter tours, learn sand sculpting, RV park camping and LOTS OF FUN!! Plan your visit today!! « less
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Ranked #15 of 191 attractions in Oregon Coast
Category: State Parks

Fort Stevens State Park is a place where you could easily spend the entire day.  First is the Battery Russel and Ft. Stevens museum. If you have the option to go underground, do... more »

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Oswald West State Park (Cannon Beach)
Ranked #16 of 191 attractions in Oregon Coast
Category: State Parks

Oswald West State Park, located 10 miles south of Cannon Beach on highway 101, offers year-round recreation opportunities.  The park encompasses 2,474 acres, with majestic views... more »

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Ranked #17 of 191 attractions in Oregon Coast
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Hug Point State Park (Cannon Beach)
Ranked #18 of 191 attractions in Oregon Coast
Category: State Parks
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Ranked #19 of 191 attractions in Oregon Coast
Category: Educational Sites; Science Museums
Owner description: A series of informative exhibits at the Hatfield Marine Science Center gives visitors a glimpse of hot topics in contemporary... more » Owner description: A series of informative exhibits at the Hatfield Marine Science Center gives visitors a glimpse of hot topics in contemporary marine science research. « less
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Green Acres Boarding (Pacific City)
Ranked #20 of 191 attractions in Oregon Coast
Category: Horseback Riding Stables
Owner description: There is no better way to experience the Oregon Coast and all the nature it has to offer than on horseback. We can provide... more » Owner description: There is no better way to experience the Oregon Coast and all the nature it has to offer than on horseback. We can provide you with a horse and a couple guides to keep you safe while you take in all the scenic views of the Oregon Coast that you will never forget. Don't forget your camera !!!The rides start at our exclusive location in 5985 Pacfic Ave Pacific City 97135 near Bob Straub Park . « less
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Ranked #21 of 191 attractions in Oregon Coast
Category: Trams

The Astoria Riverfront Trolley is exciting to watch and hear while visiting Astoria, and great fun to ride.  You can hear the clang-clang of the trolley bell throughout the... more »

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Ranked #22 of 191 attractions in Oregon Coast
Category: Historic Sites; National Parks

Fort Clatsop National Monument has recently been rebuilt by local artisans and volunteers from throughout the nation. It had been entirely detroyed by fire a few years ao.  They... more »

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Ranked #23 of 191 attractions in Oregon Coast
Category: Historic Sites; National Parks; Historic Walking Areas; Hiking Trails
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Ranked #24 of 191 attractions in Oregon Coast
Category: State Parks
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Kelly's Brighton Marina (Rockaway Beach)
Ranked #25 of 191 attractions in Oregon Coast
Category: Marinas
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Ranked #26 of 191 attractions in Oregon Coast
Category: Lighthouses
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Ranked #27 of 191 attractions in Oregon Coast
Category: Lighthouses
Owner description: Nineteenth-century lighthouse is one of a few on the Pacific coast that was built with the light-keeper's quarters in the... more » Owner description: Nineteenth-century lighthouse is one of a few on the Pacific coast that was built with the light-keeper's quarters in the same building. « less
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Lone Ranch Beach (Brookings)
Ranked #28 of 191 attractions in Oregon Coast
Category: Beaches

Lone Ranch Beach is a lovely day-use State Park located about 4 miles north of the town of Brookings on the southern Oregon coast, just south of Cape Ferrelo. There are many... more »

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Devil's Churn (Yachats)
Ranked #29 of 191 attractions in Oregon Coast
Category: Geologic Formations
Tidal Pools along Oregon Coast Highway
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Ranked #30 of 191 attractions in Oregon Coast
Category: Lighthouses
Beautiful and remote lighthouse.
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